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Saving Women from Strokes

VIDEOS + ARTICLE: Women are dangerously under-educated on female stroke risk. “Women do not think they are going to have a stroke. They think of it as a man’s disease,” said Dr. Greene-Chandos. Yet millions of women have strokes, often leading to vascular dementia. Learn what to look for and how to take action.

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Vegetarians and Dementia

Strokes often trigger Vascular Dementia and Mixed Dementia. Just how effective are vegetarian and plant-based diets in protecting us from these common types of dementia?

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Vegetarian Stroke Risk

Strokes are a leading cause of Vascular Dementia. Just how much does eating a more plant-based diet lower the risk of having a stroke?

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What is Vascular Dementia?

Vascular dementia is one of the 3 leading causes of dementia. When it appears together with Alzheimer’s, as it often does, it is called “Mixed dementia”. Learn what causes it and how to identify different types.

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Caring for Vascular Dementia

TEEPA SNOW CARE VIDEO: Vascular dementia poses unique challenges to caregivers. Learn how vascular dementia differs from Alzheimer’s. See how to make life better, both for you and the one for whom you care.

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